Call for abstracts: Pathways 2018, Europe


Pathways is a conference and training program designed to address the myriad of issues that arise as people and wildlife struggle to coexist in a sustainable and healthy manner. We invite you to join us in this critical wildlife conservation effort. Our mission is to increase professionalism and effectiveness in the human dimensions of fisheries and wildlife management field.

Pathways Europe 2018

Join us for the Pathways Europe 2018 conference hosted by Colorado State University, in partnership with NNA in Goslar, Germany! The conference venue is the Hotel Der Achtermann, which contains many accommodations and is near many recreational opportunities such as skiing and biking. Located just 16 miles from Wernigerode and beautifully designed, this venue will be sure to provide a fantastic setting for the conference. Experts will provide perspectives on the myriad of issues that arise when humans and wildlife struggle to co-exist sustainably.

Theme: Human Dimensions of Fisheries and Wildlife: Resurrecting the Wild!?

To learn more about the theme, click here.

Attendees are encouraged to submit an organized session and/or individual abstract. Proposals for abstracts and sessions should focus on the overall Conference Themes. Please adhere to the guidelines found on this website when preparing your submission.

Please follow the instructions carefully and include all requested information. All submissions must be in English. Participants will not be allowed more than one oral presentation but may be listed as a co-author of several abstracts. Conference attendees are invited to present in one of two ways:

I. Individual Abstracts - deadline February 15, 2018

II. Organized/Special Sessions - deadline February 28, 2018

III. Poster Presentations

**Presenters may submit one abstract per track (individual, organized session, poster) for the conference, for a total of 3 abstract submissions.